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Nebraska Football Recruiting: Friday Night Lights #2 Recap

One of the biggest crowds ever for a camp watched a five-star shine and Husker commits and targets galore.

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On a Friday night somewhere in the vicinity of Stadium Drive and Interstate 180, the Nebraska Cornhuskers coaching staff held a party for not only their fans, but their recruits and targets at Memorial Stadium.

Almost seven THOUSAND fans came to the stadium with a fan fest before, then they hung out in West Stadium to cheer recruits and coaches alike.

Five-star DE/LB Micah Parsons was one of the main attractions of the camp, and his physical gifts were shown on a play that didn’t have a damn thing to do with his positions. In this video, he went against Christian Tutt, a cornerback Nebraska sorely wants. Micah said LOLOK.

I’d like to mention that Tutt isn’t bad. Parsons is that much of a damn freak.

If you’re wondering if Parsons has something to think about, you’re right.

And don’t think that HCMR didn’t take a minute or 5 with him.

He’s not picking a school anytime soon, but expect Parsons to return to Lincoln this coming fall.

The biggest target in the ‘19 camp, Council Bluffs quarterback Max Duggan, was in Lincoln after being in the camp last week as well.

During the camp, several Crystal Ball’s came into Duggan for Nebraska, including yours truly. Too much smoke to this fire for nothing to be going down.

Former NFL safety Ryan Clark was at the camp with his son Jordan, who participated in the camp. After the camp, Jordan tweeted out that he got an offer from the Huskers.

It wasn’t just the big stars though, it was about all the kids and targets that got two good hours on the turf of Memorial Stadium on Friday. Several other campers were enamored with what they saw in Lincoln and took to social media to share their experience.

After the camp portion, the media got the comments of Mike Riley after the camp. Before talking about anything from Friday night (NCAA doesn’t dig him naming campers specifically), he talked about some other things.

If it’s recent, Roberts would be roughly coming back when camp starts to the second week in, given that Nebraska will be starting camp in July due to the removal of two-a-day workouts by the NCAA.

As far as the two stories that dominated the latter part of the week with Nebraska, you see Riley’s comments. The Keyshawn statement is in line with everything else that’s been said by Key Sr., so it’ll be interesting to see if KJJ makes it back.